Thank you for asking this question.
I have a powerful desire to help others. In part I am attached to the pleasant feelings that arise through that medium of helping others. I see meditation as a powerful tool and I want to share the tool. I am in an area where there are many teenagers (I am a teenager) that are extremely misled. I think that a group of this nature would, in one case or another, help those who would come develop self honesty and awareness. Also, meditating with a group is helpful to me and having a community of practitioners is also.
The more I write and flesh out these feelings, the more I see how born they are of ego (heh.) A lot of "iness." Yet how does one actively spread meditation? Living as a role model is wonderful; I try every moment to develop awareness and morality, but...I want to do
something. There aren't wholesome resources that are actively calling young adult's or anyone's attention to this tool in a good way. I don't want to hold a group meditation that is marred with my own feelings of egoism and desire. I don't even know if it would be, but maybe it's impossible for it not to be. Especially if<-- my own practice is with desire. Furthermore, how do I even talk to someone about meditation that's not fraught with hosts of "ego" pitfalls and traps? Perhaps the answer is not to talk about it at all. Intellectualization of these things seems to inevitably involve egocentrism and opinions. Is my desire to help others another desire to be transcended? I have rid myself of many desires, many attachments in the past six months, but in a way I have strengthened this one. Should I work to let go of it? How do I help others without attachment? Living as a role model? Should I simply drop this matter altogether, focus on "liberating" myself, and if I am to succeed, then address this once again? All the while living as a role model? I know these questions can't be answered absolutely in terms of myself, but I would really love your thoughts.
Thanks again (so much) for asking this question. This is a discussion I really needed to have. I am so happy I found this resource.
 Oh. Sorry for the "stream of consciousness."